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Decorate your hostess gift

When we are invited to a mulled wine party, it is nice to bring a gift. It's extra fun when we do the little extra and decorate the hostess gift so that it becomes more personal.

How to decorate your hostess gifts!




Gifts wrapped in greenery

You need

We have chosen to use eucalyptus, pine cones, spruce branches etc. Choose what you think is nice. Only the imagination sets the limits! It is easiest to attach flowers and twigs with steel wire. If you don't want the steel wire to be visible, you can wrap a fine ribbon around the outside.

Give away home baked goods

A life hack that will take the hostess by storm. You cheat and buy ready-made cakes, put them in a jam jar, wrap a ribbon around the jar and stick some spruce branches, eucalyptus and pine cones. Then it looks like you're bringing home baked goods to the party, and who wouldn't be happy about that?

Gift with greenery and pine cones
Gift wrapped in greenery

Tea bag

Loose with a tea strainer is a good supplement to the cake box, but also a very nice gift to give away. To make it more personal, we've spruced up the tea bag with eucalyptus, sprigs of fir and a beautiful white silk ribbon. You can also put the cake box and the tea in a nice gift bag, which will make it even more elegant.


a bottle wrapped in greenery
a present wrapped in greenery

Chocolate box

Just like with the cakes and tea, you can advantageously give bubbles along with chocolate. Chocolate and bubbles - two good flavors that belong together! Here we have wrapped steel wire and natural ribbon around the entire box and then decorated it with seasonal greenery such as moss, eucalyptus and fir branches. Remember to place the plants closely, so that you cover the large surface and the box does not shine through.


Then you can go to a mulled wine party and shine with your personal and beautiful gift!
Choose one, two or go all in and put together a whole basket of goodies!

Bowl filled with flowers and candles